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Synonyms for tame

Synonyms for tame

trained or bred to live with and be of use to people

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easily managed or handled

to train to live with and be of use to people

to make (an animal) docile

to make or become less severe or extreme

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correct by punishment or discipline

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make less strong or intense

adapt (a wild plant or unclaimed land) to the environment

make fit for cultivation, domestic life, and service to humans

flat and uninspiring

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very restrained or quiet

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brought from wildness into a domesticated state

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very docile

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Tame Impala's most recent LP, Currents, could have been that misstep.
The judge said she had tried to minimise what happened and attempted to cover up the fact Mr Tame had been pushed down a full flight of stairs and that he had been hit over the head with a weapon while helpless.
Kevin Syms, left, murdered Nicholas Tame, and Syms' former <Bgirlfriend Joanne Parkhouse-Thomas
Tame will be replaced by Franco Martinelli as Finance Director.
Tame graduated in American studies from Hull University.
Two natural pests have been used in the TAME effort, the melaleuca leaf weevil, Oxyops vitiosa, which eat the leaves of young melaleucas, and psyllid Boreioglycaspis melaleucae, an aphid-like insect that eats the tree's sap.
TAME will acquire two 70-seat 170 aircraft and one 98-seat 190 aircraft with the other four aircraft being held as options that can be called in at a later date.
Part of the problem with our tame political tongue is our politicians have become tame, too.
When trainers wander off, tigers, please do not stay tame.
Investors continue to be encouraged by news of tame inflation and a slower economy.
In part two of the book, Charle examines the efforts of Hippolyte Tame, Charles Seignobos and L[acute{e}]eon Blum to move independently within the increasing ly differentiated and mediated literary field.
Finger-garland himself exclaimed: `There are some who tame with beatings, some with goads and some with whips; but I was tamed by such alone who has no weapon.
For every kind of beast and bird, of reptile and sea creature, can be tamed and has been tamed by the human species, but no human being can tame the tongue.
Written as a sequel to <IR> THE CALL OF THE WILD </IR> , which describes the reversion of a tame dog to a wild state, White Fang tells of a wild wolf-dog that is gradually domesticated.